Suffering an injury at the hands of a negligent party is traumatic, expensive, painful, and disruptive. Victims are often thrown out of work, incur significant expenses, experience lifelong limitations, and replace damaged personal property. Personal injury law allows victims to recover losses by pursuing insurance companies, large businesses, or other at-fault parties. Hale Law intervenes to bring claims against negligent parties or communicate with insurance companies on behalf of their clients, allowing them to focus on recovering. The law firm aims to provide quality legal services respectfully, compassionately, integrally, and honestly.
Clients of Hale Law benefit from the skills of a team of legal professionals passionate about offering the personal attention that comes from a small firm environment.
“You’re not a case file number; you’re important to us, and our attorneys are with you throughout your claim. When you have questions about your case or need an update on its status, we’ll always communicate with you promptly and personally. We’re here to serve you and get the results you need and deserve.” – Company Representative.
Car accidents caused by negligent driving are the main cause of injuries and death across states in the US. When drivers disregard road rules, Hale Law holds them liable for injuries resulting from distracted driving, overspeeding, operating under the influence, collisions, crashes, multi-vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, truck accidents, or pedestrian accidents.
The first place most victims turn to after a crash is their no-fault insurance policy, which provides a measure of compensation through Personal Injury Protection. While this approach may be enough to cover the majority of the damages, the benefits are often limited, especially with catastrophic injuries. However, there’s a way to go beyond the limit of the no-fault policy if a victim has suffered significant/permanent loss of a bodily function, significant/permanent scarring/disfigurement, permanent injury within a reasonable degree of medical probability, or death. To learn more about the legal process, go to Hale Law.
To go outside of the no-fault system, a victim needs an experienced attorney to negotiate a settlement, break down the complexities of the law, and determine the value of a car accident claim. Attorney Patrick Hale knows how insurance companies value their claims and determine settlements for cases. Together with his team, they’ve gone up against major insurers and helped thousands of clients obtain damages for their property damage, catastrophic injuries, emotional distress, medical expenses, and lost wages.
Once retained, Hale Law conducts extensive consultations to determine a client’s needs, examine the severity of their injuries, understand the impact of the injuries on the quality of life, and calculate the cost of care. From there, the attorneys take over and ensure that accident reports, witness statements, property damage receipts, medical reports, and other evidence are gathered. With this information, they can file a claim, start negotiating with insurance companies or take the case to court.
Schedule a free consultation by calling 941-735-4529 or visiting their website. Hale Law is located at 2803 Fruitville Road Suite 240, Sarasota, FL, 34237, US.
Patrick M. Hale
2803 Fruitville Road Suite 240
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